"Look, Ye Saints, the Sight Is Glorious"
                    by Thomas Kelly, 1769-1854
                                  Text From:
                       THE LUTHERAN HYMNAL
        (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1941)

        1. Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious;
        See the Man of Sorrows now!
        From the fight returned victorious,
        Every knee to Him shall bow.
        Crown Him! Crown Him!
        Crowns become the Victor's brow.

        2. Crown the Savior! Angels, crown Him!
        Rich the trophies Jesus brings;
        On the seat of power enthrone Him
        While the vault of heaven rings.
        Crown Him! Crown Him!
        Crown the Savior King of kings.

        3. Sinners in derision crowned Him,
        Mocking thus the Savior's claim;
        Saints and angels crowd around Him,
        Own His title, praise His name.
        Crown Him! Crown Him!
        Spread abroad the Victor's fame!

        4. Hark, those bursts of acclamation!
        Hark, those loud triumphant chords!
        Jesus takes the highest station;
        Oh, what joy the sight affords!
        Crown Him! Crown Him!
        King of kings and Lord of lords!

Notes: Hymn #222 from _The Lutheran Hymnal_ Text: Phil. 2:9-11 Author: Thomas Kelly, 1809 Composer: William H. Monk, 1871 Tune: "Coronae"
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